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Create an Inductive and Deductive Argument

Question Description

I’m studying and need help with a Communications question to help me learn.

Previously you were introduced to the concepts of deductive and
inductive reasoning, now consider the following statement: "Traditional
publishing has been rendered unnecessary by the rise of digital
publication."

First respond by creating a deductive argument. Then, respond using
an inductive argument. Each argument should be three-to-five sentences
in length and should stand alone. In a final paragraph, explain the type
of deduction and induction employed in each argument, and which
argument you believe is more effective in refuting or supporting the
statement provided.

Your focus should be on creating and accurately identifying a valid deductive and inductive argument.

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